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German Made Liebherr Discontinued Model SKBS4210 Black Steel 402L Fridge $1499 (RRP $3890) @ Checkout Factory Outlet WA

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We do deliver to other states. Please email me for quotation on delivery fee to other states.

We have a store based in Osborne Park, WA. I am the store representative, please email me on [email protected] if you have any questions.

Free Joining kit when you buy 2 units together.

To place an order, please call me on 0402711289 or order it online https://checkoutfactoryoutlet.com.au/collections/fridges/pro...

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions - LxWxH (mm): 630 × 600 × 1852 mm

Configuration: Fridge
Design: Freestanding
Door finish: BlackSteel, Solid door
Refrigeration features: SmartSteel - visibly reduces fingerprints, SuperCool, Telescopic drawers, Temperature alarm
Energy star rating: 2.5
Capacity gross litres: 405
Lighting: LED
Energy consumption (kWh/yr): 279
Made in: Germany
Warranty: 3 years

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closed Comments

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    How much is delivery to 2600?

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    seems very expensive for a fridge of that size

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      These are the rolls Royce of fridges

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        How many litres per 100km?

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    They make good cranes

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    still quite expensive, but thanks for sharing.

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    No Chance you have the matching wine\freezer combo for the left side? I have the old stainless model…

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    You got any of their wine fridges on special?

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    Is this collectable like lego?

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    wonder if anyone who "preordered" this discontinued model can share their experience?

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    Energy rating is shocking

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      That's actually doing my head in…

      I sold those things from 2000-2006, and they were the greatest German-engineered fridges below Gaggenau. (And at least $10k less.)

      The insulation on them was amazing, and they were extremely efficient. 5/6 Star, and able to qualify for higher if it existed.

      Either the energy standards have changed a lot in that time and they haven't kept up, or they've really dropped the ball! (Haven't been in the game since 2006, so NFI)

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    It seems Rick Hart keeps popping up with a new business every other month.
    Always selling the same type of product.